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O'Dellshae TruVarsha Wiles Robinson El Bey, artistically known as Egypt English
Egypt English


O'Dellshae TruVarsha Wiles Robinson El Bey, artistically known as Egypt English, is a writer and international recording artist. She is the force behind the poetry EP and book "Opening Ceremony Vol. 1: The Birth of Egypt English". She graduated from Frostburg State University with a degree in English Literature and an enhanced love for the art of storytelling. In addition to her poetry career, Egypt is an ICJS Justice Leader in Baltimore, a certified life coach for budding creative entrepreneurs, and the host of the lifestyle podcast, "From Wrong to Write". When she is not refining her crafts, you can find her making vibrant memories with her husband and son. She loves listening to a wide array of music, taking impromptu trips to the beach and mountains, and spending time with her family. A native of the quiet sticks of Saponi country at Ringgold, Virginia, Egypt is captivated by the culture, hues, and hustle and bustle of Baltimore and the beautiful waters of Annapolis. Want to know more? Visit her blog, and follow her on Instagram @leideEnglish.


Local Faves:

-The Spice & Tea Exchange® of Annapolis

-Annapolis City Dock
-Crabtown Kickbox


Food Truck Tuesdays

Greek on the Street and KoCo Korean Food Trucks hanging out at the Crofton Farmer's Market. Photo courtesy of the KoCo Truck Facebook Page. Food trucks offer two things most restaurants in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County cannot, lots of fresh air and standing room space. Although lines are not as…

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Face Mask Retailers in Annapolis

Face masks come in all shapes and sizes, these multi-colored Tween masks are a big seller at Mango + Main. Photo courtesy of Mango + Main. Wearing a face mask is currently part of our new normal, so why not embrace it and make a bold fashion statement as well? Yes, it's true, the mass-produced…

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Annapolis History Tours: Safe and Socially Distant

Annapolis, Maryland, USA downtown view over Main Street with the State House. Photos courtesy of Watermark, Explore the Heart of Annapolis and TripAdvisor. Nothing says Summer in Annapolis like going outdoors and taking in its historical charm or spending time by the beautiful waters of the…

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Art for All at Maryland Hall

Dancers from Fidget Arts. Photos courtesy of Maryland Hall. Summer has arrived and it's time to get out, enjoy some live performances, or maybe catch a flick on a big screen. Even in the social distancing atmosphere, tis' the season to embrace the sunshine, be creative, and experience the arts…

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Ways to Help Support Businesses and Their Employees

{{unknown}}In the wake of shear uncertainty, one thing is certain of this unprecedented time, we are all here, now, together. Supporting each other here in the now is crucial. I have been doing my share of online shopping from local businesses lately, including those of friends and family who have…

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Spellbound by You

They all tried—tried to impart to me the whirlwind of emotions that would come along with the birth of you. I am not going to say they failed. Nevertheless, in retrospect, I will say that no amount of preparation on my part could have readied me for the journey we were embarking on. Photo courtesy…

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Paint and Sip Classes in Annapolis

What happens when you paint your stress away and stroke the creative side of your brain? You create a masterpiece, of course, and you have fun doing it! Winter is here, the cold is settling around us, and it is a wonderful time to plan some memorable indoor activities. So, grab a friend or two, or a…

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